What are examples of Cognitive Learning responses and stimuli?
Watching someone do a task, then doing it yourself. Using a support team or mentor to challenge and guide your study and practice. Using stress as a motivator and focusing element instead of a detractor.
Cognitive Learning Theory implies that the different processes concerning learning can be explained by analyzing the mental processes first. It posits that with effective cognitive processes, learning is easier and new information can be stored in the memory for a long time. On the other hand, ineffective cognitive processes result to learning difficulties that can be seen anytime during the lifetime of an individual.
Social Cognitive Theory includes several basic concepts that can manifest not only in adults but also in infants, children and adolescents.
learning from other people by means of observing them is an effective way of gaining knowledge and altering behavior.
the process wherein there is an aim to effectively increase the repeating of a behavior by means of putting the individual in a comfortable environment with readily accessible materials to motivate him to retain the new knowledge and behavior learned and practice them.
the course wherein the learner improves his newly learned knowledge or behavior by putting it into practice.
good coping mechanisms against stressful environment and negative personal characteristics can lead to effective learning, especially in adults.
ability to control behavior even within an unfavorable environment.